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But what if the congregation is spiritually dead? The goal of this book is to guide the leaders of these churches through the painful, yet ultimately life-giving work of leading a church to new life in the Spirit.
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Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
But what if the metaphors of decline, stagnation, and loss of health just arent getting to the problem? What if the situation is much worse than what those ways of describing it imply? What if the congregation is spiritually dead?
The only solution is resurrection. Churches that have lost their sense of mission, that exist only to provide fellowship for the members of the club, that expect their leaders to focus solely on ministering to the members personal spiritual needs; these churches have died to the purpose of the New Testament church, to make disciples of Jesus Christ. They cannot be turned around; they must come to life again. The key to that resurrection is leaders who are not afraid to diagnose the problem for what it really is, and who realize that resurrection is what being a Christian is about.
The goal of this book is to guide the leaders of these churches through the painful, yet ultimately life-giving work of leading a church to new life in the Spirit.
If you want to find new life for your church, read on . . .
Rhonda Wilhite4 Stars Out Of 5June 1, 2009Rhonda WilhiteI thought this was a very good book that every member of the congregation should read. I have read others from this author and have really gotten alot out of those as well.
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